(Spoilers) Mashup maker Simonb02 saw an opportunity at the end of the amazing Hardhome episode of Game of Thrones – and decided to set the epic battle sequence to the tune of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Also, this.
For the charity fundraiser Red Nose Day, Coldplay assembled the cast of Game of Thrones to create a Broadway (or West End) musical. NBC cut many of the funny bits for time, so here’s the full 12-minute version for your enjoyment.
Planning a trip to Westeros? Redditor selvag depicted the fictional continent from A Song of Ice and Fire in the style of Google Maps. The poster is available in three sizes. OK Google, what’s the best sushi place in The North?
The Sinker of Threes, the Atlanta Wargs, the King of Chemistry and more vie for the Larry O’Brien throne in the third installment of Bleacher Report and Mutsack’sGame of Thrones and NBA mashup. Valar Moreflopping.
(SPOILERS) YouTuber Alex Cohen enumerates the many monarchs and other characters in Game of Thrones set to the ’80s TV parody theme from Adult Swim’s Too Many Cooks. Now make one with all of the cooking shows on Earth.
Musician Banjo Guy Ollie turns in an understated performance of the Game of Thrones opening theme song played on banjo, mandolin and other string instruments, bringing an appropriately medieval sound to the typically orchestral track.
(PG-13: Language, Spoilers) With Game of Thrones’ fifth season upon us, Key & Peele‘s excitable valets look back at their favorite moments from HBO’s show, including Big Dave Navarro and of course, Da Dinkles.
(PG-13: Language) Collegehumor returns with more Game of Thrones dream scenarios, from the three-eyed crow getting straight to the point to Daenerys, well, getting straight to the point. No Reek and Ramsay body swap?
During a recent episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers, the host had a special dinner guest over to his house. Though if you invite a character from Game of Thrones over for a meal, you can count on the conversation getting pretty depressing.
Sesame Street takes on another very adult TV series and makes it family friendly. This time, they mock Game of Thrones, with the denizens of Jesteros playing musical chairs to earn their place on the throne. That golf club throne looks familiar.
The citizens of Westeros are replaced by the tiny blue residents of the Smurf Village, but that’s about the only thing that’s different in this reimagining of Game of Thrones from the warped minds of ADHD. Smurfing is coming.
“Blood, death, boobs…” Jon Snow knows something, Arya is still creepy, Tyrion breaks the fourth wall and Daenerys knows what’s up as the cast of Game of Thrones sum up the show’s past four seasons for Entertainment Weekly.
“Lannister, Baratheon, Stark, Tyrell – they’re all just spokes in a wheel… I will break the wheel.” Apple gloats over its HBO Now exclusivity by hogging the new trailer for Game of Thrones, in which Dani declares world war. HD here.
The behind-the-scenes feature for the fifth season of Game of Thrones. There’s barely anything about the show’s story or characters here, but it will give you an idea of how much work it takes to bring Westeros to life.
We can only imagine how many hours it must have taken the dedicated fans behind this epic MineCraft map to replicate the massive world of Westeros, and they aim to build every location from George R.R. Martin’s epic fantasy universe.
(Season 4 Spoilers) So as not to give anything away, the upcoming season of Game of Thrones could bring some of fan favorite characters together to bring justice to the Seven Kingdoms. Or they could just all die in horrible ways.
Game of Thrones: Day in the Life documents one of the days in the making of the show’s fifth season, involving hundreds of cast and crew in three countries. Airs 2/8. Beware: spoilers abound in the video’s comments on YouTube.
Telltale Games’ recent and upcoming point-and-click adventures in one bundle. It includes the entire The Walking Dead 1 & 2 and The Wolf Among Us 1, as well as Season Passes for Game of Thrones and Tales from the Borderlands.
Yet another great cover version of Ramin Djawadi’s epic cover theme from Game of Thrones, this time played on 23 low brass instruments, including three types of trombones, tubas and cimbassos. What, no euphoniums?
The launch trailer for Telltale’s Game of ThronesEpisode 1: Fire from Ice sees the game’s lead characters interacting with some of the most powerful inhabitants of Westeros. Difficulty level: Ramsey Snow.
“Iron from ice.” In this point-and-click Game of Thrones adventure, you’ll get to play as five members of House Forrester and interact with the series’ characters, many of them voiced by their respective actors in the TV show.
Goosebumps are coming. Cellocyl – a club of cello players in Castilla de Leon, Spain – covers the Game of Thrones opening theme. We’re not sure if this is just a practice run – there are hiccups here and there – but it’s still well done.